Looking to make this Halloween extra special for your toddler? Get ready for some Halloween fun with our delightful and easy-to-make Halloween crafts for toddlers! If you’ve been searching for age-appropriate crafts and activities that will keep your little one engaged this spooky season, look no further. We have just the thing for you. With this simple yet exciting last-minute Halloween craft, your little munchkin will be able to unleash their creativity and have a blast. But be prepared, because once they discover the joy of crafting, you might find that it becomes their new favorite pastime!
11 Easy and Fun Halloween Crafts for Toddlers
One of the easiest halloween crafts for toddlers and babies is using their own hands and feet! The crafts end up looking so adorable and double up as keepsakes. In this craft from Crafty Morning, all you need is black chart paper and white paint – make a Halloween card and send it to the grandparents!
Being one of the perfect Halloween crafts for toddlers, our Masking Tape Mummy is sure to delight your little one! If you’ve ever witnessed your child’s fascination with sticky tape, now is the time to harness that creativity. Inspired by No Time for Flashcards, this adorable craft involves cutting out a Mummy outline and letting your toddler dive into the sticky fun. Watch their imagination soar as they create their very own Mummy masterpiece
If your toddler has read ‘Room on the Broom’, she’ll identify this witch, but if she hasn’t, do get it for her! For this craft from Toddler Approved, just cut out different shapes from colored paper and help your toddler arrange them into a witch’s face – easy and fun!
This simple craft from Royal Baloo is for the littlest members of your family. Hand your toddler or baby an old loofah and start painting! You can make your own paints if your child might end up eating it!
These paper plate spiders from I Heart Crafty Things are great for a playdate. Hand out paper plates and pipe cleaners in different colors, so that the kids can mix and match and make their own spiders! Let them count and stick on eight googly eyes to get in some learning too!
Toddlers love tearing things up, so they’ll enjoy tearing up yellow, orange and white paper for this candy corn craft from Thriving Home Blog! Draw the candy corn templates for them and help them stick the papers by color.
7. Monster Cups
If you don’t mind a little mess, then go for this fun monster cups craft from The Simple Parent! Spread out lots of newspaper and get painting. Then create the funniest and funkiest monsters with googly eyes, pipe cleaners and more paint!
We’ve talked of paper plates, witches and handprints – now how about a craft that includes all three? Crafty Morning has the perfect combination of these in a fun looking witch craft that’s perfect to hang up on the door!
9. Spooky Wood
Here’s a fun way to mix some nature and crafts. Craftulate has a spooky wood craft for which your little explorer can first get some twigs and sticks from outside and then come home and stick them on black chart. Finish with googly eyes for the ‘spook’ factor!
10. Puffy Ghosts
Ghosts are supposed to be scary, but these puffy ghosts from Thriving Home Blog are anything but! Make a bunch of ghosts out of stiff cardboard and cotton and hang them in the doorway for a spectacularly spooky entry!
11. Q Tip Skeletons
Toddlers love doing collages, especially with unusual materials! In this craft from She Knows, Q tips are used to create a funny dancing skeleton. Help by drawing outlines and then let your child get sticking!
All the crafts mentioned here are easy for toddlers, and some even have a learning element. However, we don’t recommend leaving your child alone to do the craft – it’s also meant to be Mom-child bonding time! Use safety scissors and non-toxic glue and you’ll soon find that crafting is quite addictive! Happy Halloween!
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